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Re: Satellite Pro L100
You need to reinstall your operating system
iot will solve this problem
because if you try tyo recover your os it will not work sometimes
and this time your os is damaged more sio you need to reinstall it dont try to recover your windows xp format cdrive and reinstall whole windows xp with your xp cd
it will solve all problem
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Windows won't start up? Well, try this Download Tenorshare Data Recovery from its offical site and install it. Burn it into CD/DVD, or USB flash, put into the computer you need to repair, Bios setting.It can make sure your important data will not lose.Best of luck Related: windows won't start
Hi Good day!!! Try to boot in safe mode, to boot from safe mode, do this: while booting just keep pressing f8 button until advanced boot menu appear after that choose safemode. after that your OS will boot in safemode. if not booting there should be a files missing in your OS you will need to repair it using a CD of you OS. reply to me to help you more
seems like an update have messed your xp. if you have a windows xp cd start with that and choose repair mode. then run checkdisk "chkdsk /R"
you can also try hirens boot cd. with that you can try start your computer with hirens boot cd(mini xp) and run system restore or run checkdisk.
In fact, your computer is restarting by itself after a problem. On Windows 98/2000 the blue screen was sitting there until you rebooted the computer. Windows Xp reboot the computer sometimes even without showing any error message.
The thing is, if it reboots even if you select Safe mode, something may be wrong in your hardware (i.e. your memory or hard drive).
I would bet on a memory failure but it's hard to be sure unless you boot your computer with a memtest CD, you can find it for free the internet and select your CD as booting device when the computer starts.
If you cant do that yourself, you can bring it to a local computer store or anyone with good computer repairing skills.
If you need more help with this, let me know
Try booting (f8) again but instead of safe mode try 'Last known good configuration'
Your Boot.ini is probably corrupt or your HDD is faulty and has bad sectors.
If this is a no go, then you will need your windows cd to either repair your operating system; or a complete re install would be a better solution.
As long as you can enter then bios (either DEL or F2 on startup) and enable your cd/dvd drive as the first boot device.
Insert your cd and press enter to boot from cd and either press 'R' for repair or 'Enter' for complete install.